Monday, February 6, 2012

Climate change adaptation in agriculture and natural resource management, 18 February – 01 March 2013, East Africa

There is often limited knowledge and understanding of climate change adaptation concepts and its implications at local level. Climate change is a rather new phenomenon with potential risks but limited reaction of policy makers. The capacities for adaptive planning, informed policy development and climate proof programming are often weak. This course on climate change adaptation in agriculture and natural resource management will help you to understand climate change adaptation concepts, be able to effectively and meaningfully contribute to the debate on climate change adaptation, either in the policy process and/or in providing knowledge to the policy process and apply the concepts of climate change adaptation within the context of sustainable development.

 NFP Fellowships available – apply before 1 May February 2012   -

Interested candidates can apply to Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation for admission to the training. Click here to apply.

NFP Fellowships
A limited number of fellowships is available from Nuffic - the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) for nationals of certain countries. In order to apply for such a NFP fellowship, you have to register through the Nuffic Scholarship Online (SOL) system. Applications for NFP fellowships should be submitted before 1 February 2012. You will be informed by Nuffic whether your application has been accepted. More information on the NFP fellowships.

Please note that for a valid NPF fellowship application you need to register directly at CDI as well as at Nuffic (SOL). Your fellowship application will not be taken into account if you register with only one of these two institutions.

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Kind regards,
Irene Koomen
Course coordinator

Centre for Development Innovation (CDI) 
Wageningen UR
P.O. Box 88, 6700 AB Wageningen, The Netherlands

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